Eagles place Isaac Seumalo and K’Von Wallace on injured reserve
The Eagles made some changes following the official diagnoses of Isaac Seumalo and K’Von Wallace. According to a team announcement, Seumalo suffered a Lisfranc injury that will require him to get surgery and miss the remainder of the season. Meanwhile, K’Von Wallace sustained a separated shoulder early on against Dallas and has been placed on the injured reserve.
Since Zach Ertz is good to go after testing positive for COVID-19 last week, the Eagles have waived tight end Richard Rodgers, from their practice squad. Replacing Seumalo and Wallace on the active roster will be Jack Driscoll and Josiah Scott, who just had their 21-day practice periods activated.
Driscoll will be a vital member of this Eagles offensive line for the remainder of the season following the loss of Seumalo and Brooks. Driscoll is the next man up at both guard spots and right tackle. Scott helps bolster a secondary without two of their safeties, with Rodney McLeod hopefully returning to the mix soon.
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